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The Business Case for Tokenization
Tokenization is a new type of technology that is being used by companies to reduce the risk of losing sensitive data to identity thieves. This paper discusses

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Business Solutions of the Future
The future is tomorrow’s present. Many have tried to predict it using silly or scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies)

losing database  than the fear of losing data. They already exist and the biggest in the world has 150 locations and will store 150 million gigabytes (GBs) every year, or 100 GBs every four minutes. We will probably have sufficient space for the data, but what about its security? According to a study from Oracle, twenty percent of IT managers think that data security breaches will happen at their organizations in the next year. And the main threats are not from viruses and hackers, but mostly from inside the company. Do Read More...
Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection
As companies expand operations into new markets, the percentage of total corporate data in remote offices is increasing. Remote offices have unique backup and

losing database  file and print server. Losing data from this system probably won''t put the organization in jeopardy, although it may be inconvenient trying to recover or recreate that data. Running a backup on this system once per day may be sufficient. An Exchange e-mail server or an SQL database that contains real-time business transactions may need a higher level of protection due to the value of the data being generated and managed. Once an hour or a few times per day may be the right approach, as long as you don''t Read More...
Oracle Integrates Front and Back Office with Applications 11i
On September 27, Oracle took a major step towards providing a fully integrated front and back office applications suite by launching Oracle Applications 11i at

losing database  the Internet and was losing customers that were not ready to buy into the vision. However, we believe that Oracle''s far-sighted strategy will pay off in the future through increased sale of its enterprise applications beyond its core ERP product. User Recommendations Since the release of the new product suite will not take place until 2Q 2000, customers in the middle of an acquisition should not alter their plans. However, organizations that are in an early stage of evaluating Oracle Applications should Read More...
Lean and World Class Manufacturing and the Information Technology Dilemma-The Loss of Corporate Consciousness
Companies relying on manual implementation and support for lean and world class methodologies risk losing corporate consciousness. Avoid the pitfalls of lost

losing database  changes, the risk of losing touch with the physical reality from an IT database standpoint is very low. Likely the legacy planning, costing, quoting, and accounting system view of reality is pretty close to the actual reality after lean manufacturing is implemented. For example, in most automotive supplier plants where lines and cells are dedicated to producing a single part for a single vehicle line, there is good alignment between what we think is happening and what is really happening from a Read More...
J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year
On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company announced its return to profitability in Q4 2000, a sign the market may be buying into its Internet collaboration approach

losing database  $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year J.D. Edwards Reaches $1B Milestone In Another Losing Year P.J. Jakovljevic - January 11, 2001 Event Summary On December 4, J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), one of the biggest providers of enterprise applications, reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended October 31, 2000. License fee revenue grew to $137.4 million in Q4, 2000, a 36% increase over license fee revenue of $101.1 million in Q4 1999 (See Figure 1). It represents the Read More...
Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms
Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services

losing database  Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and Database Platforms Integrating UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web, and database platforms includes securing all systems with the same authentication, authorization, and group policy services you use for Windows. How can this be done, without intrusive reconfiguration of your existing systems, while still providing the necessary granular administrative control? Learn how to leverage a centralized identity management tool leveraged with Active Directory. Read More...
The Benefits of 3-way Auditing
Whatever your reasons for needing to capture a complete audit trail for all database activity, you want to make sure your system allows you to support three

losing database  Benefits of 3-way Auditing Whatever your reasons for needing to capture a complete audit trail for all database activity, you want to make sure your system allows you to support three accepted approaches. This three-way auditing ability can provide auditing for all activity in your database, including monitoring, reporting, and alerting on all critical data activity across your company. Learn more about these approaches, and their many benefits. Read More...
Integrating BI and ERP
For many years, business intelligence (BI) has proven to be invaluable for enhancing database information in the retail and banking sectors. But to be truly

losing database  BI and ERP For many years, business intelligence (BI) has proven to be invaluable for enhancing database information in the retail and banking sectors. But to be truly useful in the manufacturing sector, the manufacturing environment’s existing technology information structure needs to continually inform the BI system. This can now be accomplished more efficiently by embedding BI into the enterprise software itself. Read More...
SAP HANA: From Database to Platform
At the end of 2009, SAP launched SAP HANA, an in-memory, column-row based database management system with capabilities within both OLTP and OLAP environments

losing database  HANA: From Database to Platform At the end of 2009, SAP launched SAP HANA, an in-memory, column-row based database management system with capabilities within both OLTP and OLAP environments. In June of 2012, SAP announced that HANA had become the fastest growing technology in the company’s history. In this report, TEC Senior BI and Data Management Analyst Jorge García gives an overview of the history, functionality, and benefits and challenges of SAP HANA, and explores SAP’s strategy for the produc Read More...
Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source
Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply

losing database  Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive customer data or company information from being distributed. Read More...
D&B
D@B is a data provider that delivers customer, prospect, and supplier information collected from 30,000 sources. The D@B database uses the DUNSRight Quality

losing database  B D&B is a data provider that delivers customer, prospect, and supplier information collected from 30,000 sources. The D&B database uses the DUNSRight Quality Process, which eliminates duplicate contacts and points out companies that are involved in tight collaborations. Records include company firmographics, with financial, industry, and multichannel contact information. The information is aggregated and monitored by industry-specific business analysts. The database contains about 130 million active Read More...
Cost Effective Security and Compliance with Oracle Database 11g Release 2
Increasingly sophisticated threats and the push toward data consolidation and cloud computing are in part why a defense-in-depth approach to security is

losing database  Effective Security and Compliance with Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Increasingly sophisticated threats and the push toward data consolidation and cloud computing are in part why a defense-in-depth approach to security is critical to safeguarding data. Data breach investigations have shown that security controls must be multi-layered to protect against threats, and the ever changing regulatory landscape and focus on privacy demonstrate the need for solutions to be transparent and cost effective. Read t Read More...
So Long to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration
Conventional wisdom once held that when you committed to a database management system (DBMS), you never changed it. But things are different today. In the case

losing database  Long to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration Conventional wisdom once held that when you committed to a database management system (DBMS), you never changed it. But things are different today. In the case of an ERP system, for example, the application code has, for the most part, become independent of the DBMS—much application code runs as easily and efficiently on one DBMS as it does on another. This white paper discusses some of the reasons for and benefits of changing your DBMS. Read More...
Choosing the right way of migrating MySQL databases
This white paper examines the use cases of database migration and challenges that accompany it. The main attention is devoted to solutions used to remove the

losing database  the right way of migrating MySQL databases This white paper examines the use cases of database migration and challenges that accompany it. The main attention is devoted to solutions used to remove the complexity and bottlenecks of database migration. This white paper introduces Devart''s Schema and Data Compare tools tailored to facilitate any database migration tasks and reduce time and effort. Read More...
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